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Robert Duffner

On November 25, 2019, AWS announced the release of AWS IoT Greengrass 1.10 allowing developers to package applications into Docker container images and deploy these to edge devices. Deploying and running Docker containers on AWS IoT Greengrass devices enables application portability across development environments, edge locations, and the cloud. Docker images can easily be stored in Docker Hub, private container registries, or with Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR). Docker is committed to working with cloud service provider partners such as AWS who offer Docker-compatible on-demand container infrastructure services for both individual containers as well as multi-container apps. To make…

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Alex Iankoulski

In this blog, Docker Captain Alex Iankoulski shows you how to use Docker Desktop for Mac or Windows to run Kubeflow natively.

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David Friedlander

Liberty Mutual has moved about 30 percent of their applications to the cloud. We had the chance recently to sit down with the Liberty Mutual Insurance team at their Portsmouth, New Hampshire offices and talk about how they deliver better business outcomes with the cloud and containerization.

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David Friedlander

Kubernetes has the broadest capabilities of any container orchestrator available today, which adds up to a lot of power and complexity. That can be overwhelming for a lot of people jumping in for the first time – enough to scare people off from getting started. Here are 5 reasons it can seem intimidating to get started, and 5 reasons you shouldn’t hesitate.

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Javier Ramírez

In this blog, Docker Captain Javier Ramirez explains Kubernetes security on Docker Enterprise 3.0, including a review of Pod Security Policies and Admission Controllers.

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Shanea Leven

We recognize the central role that Docker Hub plays in modern application development and are working on many enhancements around security and content. In this blog post we will share how we are implementing two-factor authentication (2FA).

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Andy Clemenko

Docker Enterprise was built to be secure by default. When you build a secure by default platform, you need to consider security validation and governmental use. Docker Enterprise has become the first container platform to complete the Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIG) certification process. Thanks to Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) for its support and sponsorship. Being the first container platform to complete the STIG process through DISA means a great deal to the entire Docker team.

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Jim Armstrong

One common misperception that we heard in the webinar — that Docker and Kubernetes are competitors. In fact, Kubernetes is better with Docker. And Docker is better with Kubernetes.

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